OT recipe pulled pork/sandwiches

OT recipe pulled pork/sandwiches

Post by Tari » Fri, 14 Aug 2009 00:47:28



I have looked in the archives and can't find a recipe
posted here a year or two ago.  It may have been from Sunny but I am not
sure about that.  I believe
it was adapted from a Rachel Ray pulled pork crock pot recipe.  It was
really a big hit.  Does anyone have it saved?
TIA, Taria
 
 
 

OT recipe pulled pork/sandwiches

Post by Alliso » Fri, 14 Aug 2009 02:38:57


Quote:

> I have looked in the archives and can't find a recipe
> posted here a year or two ago.  It may have been from Sunny but I am not
> sure about that.  I believe
> it was adapted from a Rachel Ray pulled pork crock pot recipe.  It was
> really a big hit.  Does anyone have it saved?
> TIA, Taria

I don't have that recipe but I fudged a pulled pork recipe by generously
slathering a pork loin with my favorite barbecue sauce and cooking it in
a slow cooker.  The meat pulled apart very nicely at the end of the day
and I added a bit more barbecue sauce as required to moisten it up.
HTH
Allison

 
 
 

OT recipe pulled pork/sandwiches

Post by onetexsu » Fri, 14 Aug 2009 04:16:00


I haven't adapted anything, and I don't really know Rachel Ray, but I
put a big ol' pork roast in the crock pot with barbecue sauce, just
like Allison. I usually make my own, because we like hot and sweet.
But whatever works, works. I've also used a packet of dry Sloppy Joe
seasoning with added chopped onion and tomato sauce. yeah, I punch it
up a bit, but the seasoning is a good starting place. Pulled pork is
just very tender cooked and seasoned the way you like it. Easy with a
crock pot.

Sunny
(call me for lunch when it's ready!)

 
 
 

OT recipe pulled pork/sandwiches

Post by Polly Esthe » Fri, 14 Aug 2009 13:29:49


If you'd like a recommendation for barbeque sauce, we dearly love Jack
Daniels.  It's as close to whiskey that we can get at our age.  Polly


Quote:
>I haven't adapted anything, and I don't really know Rachel Ray, but I
> put a big ol' pork roast in the crock pot with barbecue sauce, just
> like Allison. I usually make my own, because we like hot and sweet.
> But whatever works, works. I've also used a packet of dry Sloppy Joe
> seasoning with added chopped onion and tomato sauce. yeah, I punch it
> up a bit, but the seasoning is a good starting place. Pulled pork is
> just very tender cooked and seasoned the way you like it. Easy with a
> crock pot.

> Sunny
> (call me for lunch when it's ready!)

 
 
 

OT recipe pulled pork/sandwiches

Post by Listpi » Sat, 15 Aug 2009 02:32:21


I put the pork in the crockpot with about a tablespoon of chopped garlic, a
can of beer and a beer can's worth of water.

Depending on what I'm using it for, I may or may not add other things; for
barbecue, I'm much more likely to add rub seasonings than Q sauce just
because in my experience the Q sauce loses most of its flavor in the
crockpot---rather add it after pulling the pork.

If I'm shredding pork for anything Mexican, though, I'll throw in a jar of
salsa at the start of the crockpot process.  Does wonderfully well with beef
or boneless/skinless chicken as well, for tacos or burritos or enchiladas or
tamales or....... :)

Beer just makes a heckuva fine tenderizer in the crockpot, and once you add
the Q sauce or salsa or what have you, and after cooking it down, it doesn't
sidetrack the flavor at all.

--pig

On 8/12/09 15:16, in article

Quote:

> I haven't adapted anything, and I don't really know Rachel Ray, but I
> put a big ol' pork roast in the crock pot with barbecue sauce, just
> like Allison. I usually make my own, because we like hot and sweet.
> But whatever works, works. I've also used a packet of dry Sloppy Joe
> seasoning with added chopped onion and tomato sauce. yeah, I punch it
> up a bit, but the seasoning is a good starting place. Pulled pork is
> just very tender cooked and seasoned the way you like it. Easy with a
> crock pot.

> Sunny
> (call me for lunch when it's ready!)

 
 
 

OT recipe pulled pork/sandwiches

Post by Sandy » Sat, 15 Aug 2009 06:28:35


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Quote:

> I put the pork in the crockpot with about a tablespoon of chopped garlic, a
> can of beer and a beer can's worth of water.

> Depending on what I'm using it for, I may or may not add other things; for
> barbecue, I'm much more likely to add rub seasonings than Q sauce just
> because in my experience the Q sauce loses most of its flavor in the
> crockpot---rather add it after pulling the pork.

> If I'm shredding pork for anything Mexican, though, I'll throw in a jar of
> salsa at the start of the crockpot process.  Does wonderfully well with beef
> or boneless/skinless chicken as well, for tacos or burritos or enchiladas or
> tamales or....... :)

> Beer just makes a heckuva fine tenderizer in the crockpot, and once you add
> the Q sauce or salsa or what have you, and after cooking it down, it doesn't
> sidetrack the flavor at all.

> --pig

 
 
 

OT recipe pulled pork/sandwiches

Post by Tari » Sat, 15 Aug 2009 13:52:21


Thanks pig.  I was really looking for the one posted here a year or two ago
since it was such a big hit last year at a party.  Actually it was so good I
never
even got to eat any.  The 'big' kids ate it all up.  (I got plenty to eat,
just none of that)
Reading your suggestions is making me hungry!
Thanks, Taria

Quote:
>I put the pork in the crockpot with about a tablespoon of chopped garlic, a
> can of beer and a beer can's worth of water.

> Depending on what I'm using it for, I may or may not add other things; for
> barbecue, I'm much more likely to add rub seasonings than Q sauce just
> because in my experience the Q sauce loses most of its flavor in the
> crockpot---rather add it after pulling the pork.

> If I'm shredding pork for anything Mexican, though, I'll throw in a jar of
> salsa at the start of the crockpot process.  Does wonderfully well with
> beef
> or boneless/skinless chicken as well, for tacos or burritos or enchiladas
> or
> tamales or....... :)

> Beer just makes a heckuva fine tenderizer in the crockpot, and once you
> add
> the Q sauce or salsa or what have you, and after cooking it down, it
> doesn't
> sidetrack the flavor at all.

> --pig

> On 8/12/09 15:16, in article


>> I haven't adapted anything, and I don't really know Rachel Ray, but I
>> put a big ol' pork roast in the crock pot with barbecue sauce, just
>> like Allison. I usually make my own, because we like hot and sweet.
>> But whatever works, works. I've also used a packet of dry Sloppy Joe
>> seasoning with added chopped onion and tomato sauce. yeah, I punch it
>> up a bit, but the seasoning is a good starting place. Pulled pork is
>> just very tender cooked and seasoned the way you like it. Easy with a
>> crock pot.

>> Sunny
>> (call me for lunch when it's ready!)

 
 
 

OT recipe pulled pork/sandwiches

Post by Pat in Virgini » Mon, 17 Aug 2009 01:47:36


Taria:
Around here pulled pork means the North Carolina Style BBQ. It is great
slow-cooked outdoors. We smoke ... but we don't inhale! Some cooks add some
seasoning prior to cooking. The sauce is not added to the meat until it is
served. The diner choose her favorite ... NC or Memphis or ??????!! Sauce.
We usually add coleslaw to the sandwich too. YUMMY! Try looking under North
Carolina BBQ. HTH. PAT in ***ia


Quote:
> Thanks pig.  I was really looking for the one posted here a year or two
> ago since it was such a big hit last year at a party.  Actually it was so
> good I never
> even got to eat any.  The 'big' kids ate it all up.  (I got plenty to eat,
> just none of that)
> Reading your suggestions is making me hungry!
> Thanks, Taria